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1964 Dodge Dart GT convertible

March 2007 Mopar of the Month



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1964 Dodge Dart GT, front

Ken Ward’s Dart features:
* Viper red paint
* Pushbutton automatic
* Dual exhaust
* 273 with 4 barrel
1964 Dodge Dart GT, 273 engine


1964 Dodge Dart GT, interior driver's side 1964 Dodge Dart GT, interior passenger's side
1964 Dodge Dart GT, interior dash 1964 Dodge Dart GT, interior passenger's side door mat

1964 Dodge Dart GT, door panel passenger's side

1964 Dodge Dart GT emblem   1964 Dodge Dart GT, rear seat fratzoid   1964 Dodge Dart GT V-8 emblem


1964 Dodge Dart GT, rear, passenger's side


blank History:
* Original owner: the son of a doctor who bought the GT for the son’s high school graduation present
* The kid eventually put the car in storage because he moved out of state
* The storage fees were overdue and in 1984 the storage facility sold the Dart with handwritten bill of sale
* In 1989 the original owner came in with the title and the sheriff and reclaimed the Dart
* 1990 the original owner’s wife sold the Dart to an auto repair facility
* 1995 the owner of the auto repair facility retired and sold off everything
* 1995 Ken Ward buys the Dart for $6500
* Ken drives the car for a while
* 1999 starts a restoration (see below)
* September 2006 the restoration is finished.
* October 2006 the Dart debuts at the Houston Lone Star Shootout and takes the First Place, Modified award AND Best of Show!


By the way, the Dart is a driver. No trailers allowed.


1964 Dodge Dart GT in restoration Restoration Memories 1964 Dodge Dart GT in restoration


Contact Ken Ward in Pearland, Texas at 281.997.7914

Great restoration Ken!

The GT is probably the finest 1964 Dart convertible one will see nowadays!   smile!

Gary H.


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